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Samuel_091
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Unless your motherboard has a qcode LED board to read what its doing, then yes, would be recommended to plug into a monitor so you can see it post. Keep in mind first time boots with newer systems can sometimes take 3-5 minutes as it trains memory with DDR5 systems. 

I’m done with my build. I want to turn it on too see if it works do I need to have a monitor or can I just turn it on?

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Unless your motherboard has a qcode LED board to read what its doing, then yes, would be recommended to plug into a monitor so you can see it post. Keep in mind first time boots with newer systems can sometimes take 3-5 minutes as it trains memory with DDR5 systems. 

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